Welcome to the Alaska Department Of Public Safety
First Responders in the Last Frontier

Public Safety Commissioner
Amanda Price,
Commissioner

Public Safety Deputy Commissioner
Leon Morgan,
Deputy Commissioner

Mission:

The mission of the Department of Public Safety is to ensure public safety and enforce fish and wildlife laws. 

Operating Procedures Manual:

Policy Overview - June 30th:

DPS-Policy-Overview-June-30,-2020.pdf

Divisions

Councils


No one should feel unsafe in their home. If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault, help is available. For a list of resources in Alaska, visit dps.alaska.gov/cdvsa/home.​


 
Alaska Amber Alert
 
Alaska Silver Alert
 
Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding for Local Public Safety Agencies 
CESF funds are available to local public safety agencies on a reimbursement basis and/or for DPS purchase of allowable expenditures. Please see the announcement  (Covid-19-for-Local-Public-Safety-Agency-Opportunity) for a list of allowable expenses and instructions on how to apply for funds.
 
Any questions and applications  (Covid-19-Reimbursement-Request) can be emailed to cesf.grant@alaska.gov.
Public Safety Press Releases

Fourth-of-July DUI High Visibility Enforcement Campaign Results Are In

July 8, 2020 (Statewide) – The statistics are in for this summer’s Fourth-of-July Holiday DUI High Visibility Enforcement Campaign, which occurred from July 3 through July 6. The good... Read More

Troopers Respond to Apparent Domestic Violent Deaths in Rural Alaska

July 1, 2020, Anchorage – In less than 10 days, five people were killed in Western Alaska. The first was Lawrence Paul; he was killed in Grayling on June 22, 2020. Two women, Rhoda Adams of... Read More

Troopers Increase Patrols for Independence Day Holiday

July 1, 2020, Anchorage – Troopers will have extra patrols on the roadways and waterways to help ensure people safely reach their destinations for the Fourth of July holiday. Alaska State... Read More